Xiao Bin, Deputy Secretary-general , Center of SCO Studies
Jun 07, 2022
Alienating Russia will not increase stability for Europe, nor will Russia disappear as a result of the Ukraine war. But Russia’s old power model — needlessly using force to punish countries for switching sides — needs to change.
Feng Zhongping, Director, Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)
Sep 12, 2019
The G7 Summit, which just concluded at the French seaside resort of Biarritz, showed that Europe and the United States diverge with and even increasingly confront each other on trade issues. Considering its fading influence, the continued value of the G7 has been thrown into doubt, even by European academia.
Ryan Hass, David M. Rubenstein Fellow, Brookings Institution
May 03, 2018
Many countries, not just the United States, are disadvantaged by China’s unfair trade practices. Rather than confront the challenge alone, the United States should work to address the problem as a team sport. Doing so would be more effective and less costly than hoping U.S.-China tit-for-tat tariffs do not do significant harm to American workers, but do lead to a change in China’s economic policies.
Douglas Paal, Vice President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Matt Ferchen, Nonresident Scholar, Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy
May 15, 2017
Behind all the hype surrounding China’s changing global role in general, and the One Belt One Road concept and the BRI in particular, lie important and unanswered questions about America’s longer-term strategy for reshaping its relations with China and Asia more broadly.
Dan Steinbock, Founder, Difference Group
Oct 14, 2013
After two decades of on-and-off talks, Washington and Brussels hope to conclude their trade and investment partnership. However, it is not a marriage, but a triangle drama. Emerging Asia is the third party.